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Volume Knob does not adjust volume, but remote does.

When I turn the volume know, nothing happens, the volume does not change. When I use the remote control, I can adjust the volume up and down.
Any suggestions?

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Check your owners manual for "factory reset" this will reset the main micro-processor. Otherwise the encoder (volume pot) needs cleaning, soldering or replacement. It could also be a cracked circuit board (if it has recently been hit)

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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